Selena Gomez, Jennifer Stone Redo ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ Rap


Jennifer Stone and Selena Gomez on ‘The Wizards Of Waverly Place.’
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Reunion magic! Selena GomezHer TikTok parodies have broken many times the Internet, so she enlisted her former colleague Wizards of Waverly Place Costar Jennifer StoneYou can recreate their iconic song.

“What’s that? A hat? Crazy, funky, junky hat,” Gomez and Stone, both 29, lip-synched to the song on Saturday, April 23 via TikTok. “Overslept, hair unsightly. How to look like Keira Knightley. We’ve been there, we’ve done that. We see right through your funky hat.”

The Rare Beauty entrepreneur captioned her footage, “We had to.” In the clip, Gomez laughed while trying not to spill her can of White Claw hard seltzer as they tackled the song’s choreography. The registered nurse completed the routine while maintaining a glass of red.

Gomez was previously the star of Alex Russo, a Disney hit that debuted in November 2007. The Mean Girls 2ctress portrayed Alex’s longtime best friend, Harper Finkle. On the show, the twosome had several inside jokes — including the origins of the “Crazy Funky Junky Hat” jingle.

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The fourth episode of the first series featured the girls noticing someone at school wearing an unusual-looking cap. As a joke, they busted out their rhymes and accompanying dance moves that ended up pointing to said individual’s hat.

The Only Murders are allowed in the Building Stone and star were starred on Wizards of Waverly Place for four seasons ahead of its January 2012 series finale and in a feature-length TV movie in 2009. The show followed Justin (the brother) and their lives.David Henrie), Alex and Max (Jake T. AustinThey learned how to control their magical powers and still managed to live normal teenage lives in New York City.

“I’m beyond proud of the work that I did with Disney as well,” Gomez told RadioTimes in August 2021 about her Disney roots. “It kind of shaped who I am in a way.”

The show also brought the “Love You Like a Love Song” songstress a close group of friends who frequently reunite and catch up.

“Nothing has happened yet, but there’s a lot of talk [of a revival],” Henrie, 32, told Access August 2020. “We all talk about it for fun. Everyone would be down, but it’s just a matter of time, I think. We’ve talked about it: Gregg [Sulkin], Selena, me, Jake. I think that’s what we said. [about] what made the show special was that we were a family and that the family stuff together was like a family unit.”

He continued: “I think a great place to start the [potential new]Show would be the opposite of that, so you have somewhere for the series to go. So, if you started the show where the family’s divided, and not united.”

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